Stirling Falls at Milford Sound and the raw power of a landscape shaped by water. Waterfalls are one of Milford Sound’s biggest drawcards, and Stirling Falls is one of the stars of the show. The tiny boat in the distance gives a sense of scale to this immense environment. Stirling Falls is three times higher than Niagara Falls.
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At 151m tall, Stirling Falls is the second-highest waterfall in Milford Sound. Despite its height, Stirling Falls is dwarfed by the immense, sheer walls of the fiord. Milford Sound is located in Fiordland National Park in the pristine southwest corner of New Zealand’s South Island.
Milford Sound lies with a UNESCO World Heritage area. Milford Sound is technically a fiord, as it is a body of water carved out by a network of glaciers that once flowed to the sea. Visitors travel from all over the world to witness Milford Sound’s staggering beauty on a clear day and its ethereal and moody feel on a rainy day. It is on the rainy days that the waterfalls come alive.
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